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President Bush and the 110th Congress: Prospects for Compromise or Conflict?; pp. 1-12
(Jason D. Mycoff and Joseph A. Pika)

Size Doesn’t Always Matter: White House Staff and Presidential Success in Congress; pp. 13-34
(Costas Panagopoulos)

From Benign Neglect to Strategic Interest: The Role of Africa in the Foreign Policies of Bush 41 and 43; pp. 35-51
(Josh Strozeski, Jonathan Keller and Melinda Adams)

Staying the Course as World Leader: Bill Clinton and the Use of Historical Analogies; pp. 53-71
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Woodrow Wilson: His Legacy and His Library; pp. 73-89
(Joel Hodson)

Book Reviews; pp. 91-104

Stormy Weather: The New Hampshire Primary and Presidential Politics.
By Dante J. Scala
(Reviewed by: Samuel Hoff)

Saving the Reagan Presidency: Trust is the Coin of the Real. By David M. Abshire
(Reviwed by: Robert J. Pauly, Jr.)

On Deaf Ears: The Limits of the Bully Pulpit. By George C, Edwards, III.
(Reviewed by: Kiki Caruson)

Eisenhower Republicans: Pursuing the Middle Way. By Steven Wagner
(Reviewed by: Christopher Hickman)

Hilary Rodham Clinton: Polarizing First Lady. By Gil Troy (Reviewed by: Caroline Heldman)

Policy by Other Means: Alternative Adoption by Presidents. By Stephen A. Shull
(Reviewed by: James W. Lindeen)

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